The horse riding range contains an array of clothing and flashing accessories for both horse and rider, including hi visibility hat bands, horse spats, horse necklaces and light-emitting jackets.
Many of the products in both ranges are unique because of their use of electroluminescent technology. Proviz products have been designed with either light-emitting strips or the recently developed Nightrider ‘Triviz’. The Triviz is a battery powered light-emitting warning triangle which can be easily removed from the products and is interchangeable across the ranges.
This flexibility means that road users can choose which item of clothing or accessory they wish to be illuminated. For example, if one day a cyclist has luggage and wants to wear a rucksack then the Triviz can be attached to the Proviz rucksack, whereas if the next day he wishes to just go for a ride wearing a Proviz jacket, then the Triviz can be reattached to this instead.
In order to coincide with the launch of its new products, Proviz has also today showcased its new-look website. As well as containing the latest ranges, the updated site boasts enhanced usability, improved product search facilities and more video content to showcase the latest products.
This new website comes a few weeks before the launch of the mobile Proviz site, which from next month will allow users to experience the Proviz site more easily on mobile and tablets.
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